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Chance to meet your Bobby in a bus to discuss crime concerns

PUBLISHED: 17:09 28 April 2017 | UPDATED: 17:09 28 April 2017

FILE PICTURE TO ILLUSTRATE POLICING Norwich City Police Station on Bethel Street, Norwich
Police officers on patrol in the city

FILE PICTURE TO ILLUSTRATE POLICING Norwich City Police Station on Bethel Street, Norwich Police officers on patrol in the city

Archant Norfolk Photographic © 2011

People living in the Dereham, Swaffham and Watton areas will get the chance to meet with their local officers after the bank holiday weekend.

PCSO Daren Smith and PCSO Michala Benton will hold a surgery on the No 11 Konnect bus service when it departs at 10.25am on Tuesday, May 2 from Dereham Market Place.

PCSO Daren Smith said: “We are delighted to extend this project to the more rural communities. This will be a great opportunity to meet passengers and listen to their experiences and issues. From now on we will be on board the No 11 bus weekly and look forward to meeting members of the community.”

People speak with PCSOs about concerns they may have and find out what is being done to keep the community safe.

To see when officers will be in your area, visit www.norfolk.police.uk.

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